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The Tristar Autograph Pavillion, at the annual National Sports Collectors Convention in Anaheim last week, was a temple to stars so over, they wouldn't even score a bunk on The Surreal Life. (But who were happy to exchange a personalized headshot in exchange for a couple bucks towards that month's rent.) According to FishbowlLA, however, tucked in among the usual suspects—your Catherine Bachs and Erin Morans, your Jeff Conaways and Ruth Buzzis—were two actors getting a head start cashing in on their has-been status:

The kids from Entourage literally wrote their own benjamins at the National Sports Collectors Convention in Anaheim last week. A source tells FBLA that a double-autograph from Kevin Dillon and Jerry Ferrara went for $100. And the crazy thing is people bought them.

Of course, as with everything Entourage, the lines between reality and fiction blurred seamlessly: After disappointment washed over the faces of starry-eyed faux Viking Quest fanatics, Dillon obligingly tossed the photo signed with his own name and quickly replaced it with one inscribed, "Victory!!! -Johnny Drama," as Ferrara cornered Catherine Bach, asking the long-ago hot Daisy Duke if she'd like to accompany him to the Aquaman premiere with his "good friend, Vinnie Chase."